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Gray Whales, Dolphins, Sea Birds

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Good Day with Gray Whales

Sunday 3/12/17 — Good Day with Gray Whales

The gray whales led the way on Sunday! We kept our whale watching tour along the coastline, following several sets of gray whales swimming northbound through Monterey Bay. There were plenty of gray whales just 1-2 miles offshore from Santa Cruz — wonderful to see whale spouts over here, there, everywhere! We followed several small groups of whales up the coast towards Davenport; a few groups of two, then a trio of gray whales who were the most active, showing tail flukes (diving), a spyhop, and other active surface behaviors.

On the way in we got good looks at otters in the kelp beds. It was a beautiful day on Monterey Bay!

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Spring Break Whale Watching Trips run daily April 1-16!

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This entry was posted in Recent SIghtings and tagged dolphins, gray whales, monterey, monterey whale watching, orcas, san francisco, santa cruz, springbreak, whale watching monterey, whales on March 14, 2017 by jennyo.


Gray, Humpback Whales, Springtime Dolphins

Over the last week we have had some delightful whale watching trips! Last Sunday we found lots of gray whales over the outer Monterey Bay, and got great looks at a huge pod of dolphins that swam and played alongside the boat!

On Tuesday we hosted a group of high school students who brought us great luck – spotting humpback whales near Santa Cruz, and gray whales further out towards Monterey.

Saturday whale watching another lovely day – between storms we’ve had some beautiful conditions! Guests spotted several humpback whales, and one breached out of the water! We noted that the 2 gray whales we saw on this trip seemed to be heading south! Most likely these animals will be late for the breeding season in Mexico. Usually at this time of year in Monterey we are starting to see gray whales migrating northbound, returning to Alaska for the summer.

It’s also exciting to see migratory ocean birds visiting Monterey Bay – This trip a keen-eyed passenger spotted a Tufted Puffin!

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Join Santa Cruz Whale Watching on Monterey Bay this weekend!

Saturday 3/11 at 10:00 AM and Sunday 3/12 at 11:00 AM.

Book your trip today! Book online now or call (831) 427-0230

Spring Break Whale Watching Trips run daily April 1-16!

#Monterey #whales #dolphins #birds #wildlife #California #sanfrancisco #santacruz #springbreak

This entry was posted in Recent SIghtings and tagged blue whales, dolphins, dolphins monterey, humpback whales, monterey whale watching, santa cruz on March 11, 2017 by jennyo.